Jodi Thelen

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Jodi Thelen
Born (1962-06-12) June 12, 1962 (age 52)
St. Cloud, Minnesota  United States
Years active 1981-present

Jodi Thelen (born June 12, 1962) is an American actress.

Born in St. Cloud, Minnesota, Thelen made her screen debut as Georgia Miles, "a willfully free-spirited girl, naive and narcissistic"[1] in Four Friends in 1981.

Thelen appeared on Broadway in Brighton Beach Memoirs in 1983. Her off-Broadway credits include Springtime for Henry, Largo Desolato at The Public Theater, The Nice and the Nasty at Playwrights Horizons, The Chemistry of Change, and A Body of Water, in which she played the dual roles of Sandy and Malka. For the latter, Variety praised her "stunning transformation" between roles,[2] while The New York Times noted the "welcome comic bite" of her Malka portrayal.[3]

Thelen's television credits include Duet, Grace Under Fire, Touched by an Angel, and Joan of Arcadia.

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